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Tips on Smart Budgeting for Black Friday

Tips on Smart Budgeting for Black Friday

Whether you line up outside your favorite retailer to take advantage of Black Friday doorbusters or use your smartphone to secure deals from the comfort of your couch, it’s important to do your homework first. This includes everything from researching the best deals to strategizing about how you’ll pay for them.

That might sound overwhelming, but we’ve come up with a Black Friday blueprint that will help you make it out of the weekend of deals with your sanity — and finances — intact.

Tips on Smart Budgeting for Black Friday Tips on Smart Budgeting for Black Friday

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